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The presentation wants to draw attention to a phenomenon that is increasingly employed as a strategic instrument in urban development. Surprisingly this cannot just be examined in shrinking environments but – following other purposes – also in prospering cities. The presentation will show different forms of temporary urban landscapes,
their potentials and limitations and the challenges in applying them as an urban strategy.
The organizer of the lecture is The Society of Polish Town Planners, Wrocław.
Doris Gstach studied landscape planning in Vienna and Manchester. In addition to her practical activity in a Viennese landscape architecture company, she held teaching positions at Vienna University of Technology
At Leibniz-Institute for Regional Development and Structural Planning (IRS) in Erkner she worked on EU research projects for sustainable development of large housing estates in Europe. Her doctoral thesis (defended at the University of Kassel) focused on interim uses of space. Doris also worked as an associate professor at the Clemson University in the USA and now she holds professorship at the Technical University of Erfurt